Imaging 3.0 Case Studies
The Radiology Support and Alignment Network (R-SCAN) Imaging 3.0 Case Studies highlight how practices across the country have implemented R-SCAN and their success achieving improvements in high-value imaging care.
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Radiologists and emergency department (ED) physicians use R-SCAN to bolster their relationship and improve imaging appropriateness for pediatric patients
Using R-SCAN, radiologists collaborate with family medicine clinics to enhance imaging appropriateness of lumbar spine orders.
A co-management agreement helps one North Carolina radiology practice achieve its quality goals.
Radiologists in rural western North Carolina strengthen their relationships with local physicians and reduce inappropriate imaging via R-SCAN.
Hershey Medical Center’s R-SCAN project decreases inappropriate low back pain imaging and utilization in the ED.
Radiologists and ED physicians collaborate using R-SCAN to achieve a 45% improvement in appropriate CT ordering for pulmonary embolism.
Using R-SCAN as a transformation tool, a radiology group reduces inappropriate follow-up imaging by nearly 55% for patients with ovarian masses.
Radiologists and ED physicians partner on an R-SCAN project — successfully reducing unnecessary imaging for pulmonary embolism by 52%.
A co-management agreement helps one North Carolina radiology practice
achieve its quality goals.
- Reducing Inappropriate Lumbar Spine MRI for Low Back Pain: Radiology Support, Communication and Alignment Network
Wang KY, et al. JACR January 2018.
- R-SCAN Project Designed with Patients
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